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thomask3r says
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SomethingDesign says

Change the DJ info font because now is too thin and unreadable. Use two fonts maybe and use pairing fonts. Don’t use vertical text is hard to read. Pay attention to background texture looks like low res to me. I like the “&” but the rest of composition need improvement and pay more attention to details. My opinion.

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thomask3r says

Thank you very much for your feeback! :)

Is this better? http://i.imgur.com/7xlxZdB.jpg

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SomethingDesign says

It’s better then first one. But keep in mind there is a hard competition out there compare your flyer with other typography flyers already in market and you will see the difference between. I’ts ok as a start but you need to do more to achieve the WOWness level. Search for best retro / vintage / typography posters and use them as references look at the fonts, detail, composition try to to some tutorials about…

Look here to see some typo flyers http://graphicriver.net/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&term=typography+flyers Here are some advice for your fonts http://webdesign.tutsplus.com/articles/typography-articles/a-beginners-guide-to-pairing-fonts/
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thomask3r says

Yes, I’m still in the learning process. Thank you so much for your help. I’ll check out some tuts, and come back stronger! :)

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